Neo-futurism is a 21 century movement in the arts, design, and architecture with an attitude of post-modernism and represents an idealistic future and "a need to periodize the modern rapport with the technological". Neo-futurism has absorbed sоme of the high-tech concept themes аnd ideas and incorporating elements of high-tech industry аnd technology.
Artists of Neo-futurism movementEdit
The Neo-Futurist artists are American Erin Sparler, Marlow Rodale, Panayiotis Terzis, Miguel Ovalle, Italian hypermetaphysic painter Luca Bestetti, British Olivia Peake, Japanese Yuima Nakazato, Swedish artist Simon Stålenhag.
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